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ERROR: FPGA with accelerator "xxxx" not found.

Wes
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I am working with a project on the DevCloud targeting the Arria 10 FPGAs. I do "devcloud_login" and choose a node A10PAC, version 1.2.1. Then, I do "tools_setup" and again choose A10DS. 

 

I can call the OPAE run.sh script, and get through the compilation and it generates a green bitstream. I then create an unsigned version using PACSign, then load the fpga using "fpgasupdate afu_unsigned.gbs". 

 

Then I generate the software executable using "make". 

 

When I run the executable "./afu", I get the following error: 

ERROR: FPGA with accelerator 1EBCA5BA-C4C3-4438-A6D8-BB1E28D45F79 not found.

 

I have tried manually logging into a different node, resigning and loading the bitstream, but get the same error.

 

My configuration file "afu.json" contains the following. 

 

{
   "version": 1,
   "afu-image": {
      "power": 0,
      "afu-top-interface":
         {
            "class": "ccip_std_afu"
         },
      "accelerator-clusters":
         [
            {
               "name": "afu",
               "total-contexts": 1,
               "accelerator-type-uuid": "1ebca5ba-c4c3-4438-a6d8-bb1e28d45f79"
            }
         ]
   }
}
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Wes
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I solved the issue this time by generating a new uuid using uuidgen, and re-running afu_synth_setup.

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Wes
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I solved the issue this time by generating a new uuid using uuidgen, and re-running afu_synth_setup.

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